Category Archives: Jewish History

10 Must See Israeli Museums

May 12, 2014  |  By Arik Barel

Believe it or not, with around 230 (and counting) museums, Israel has more museums per capita than anywhere else in the entire world. These unique educational centers are treasure chests of science, history, art, science, design, architecture, technology. With so many to choose from there, you are guaranteed to find the ones that interest you. Here is a look at ten of the best: 1) Israel Museum, Jerusalem Ranked among […]

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Top 10 Israeli Parks and Nature Reserves

May 05, 2014  |  By Arik Barel

Even though Israel is one of the smallest countries in the world, it is one of the most naturally diverse, home to natural landscapes that are usually separated by thousands of miles in other countries. From the snowy mountains of the north to the amazing coral reefs of the Red Sea in the south, while in between are expansive desert areas, sandy beaches, green forests and fertile plains. Interspersed throughout […]

Category  : Jewish History   

Top 10 Places to Visit in Israel

May 01, 2014  |  By Arik Barel

Dead Sea One of the most spectacular natural landscapes in the world, the Dead Sea is the world’s largest day spa, where people from all over the world throughout history have come to bask in its mineral rich mud and to float in its salty waters. In fact, the Dead Sea was actually recently nominated to be the 8th wonder of the World. Come take a dip and you’ll understand […]

Category  : Jewish Art, Jewish History